Thursday, December 5, 2019

Story image for iconic gown from Marie

The Most Iconic Red Carpet Moments

Marie 20, 2016
Calvin Klein's slip dress got a red carpet makeover at the 2006 Oscars. Thin straps, sheer detailing and floor-sweeping - this is how to do red carpet drama the ...
Story image for iconic gown from Wonderwall

Whitney Houston's 15 most iconic looks

Wonderwall-Aug. 8, 2016
Now, five years later, we're flashing back to 15 of her most iconic looks from the ... For the 1986 Grammys, Whitney Houston donned this bright turquoise gown ...
Story image for iconic gown from Daily Mail

Get the Duchess look for less! Kate's iconic £575 engagement ...

Daily Mail-Aug. 22, 2016
And now, six years after Kate wore the now-iconic royal blue wrap dress by London-based label, Issa, a near-identical version is on sale for a fraction of the price ...
Story image for iconic gown from W Magazine

21 Moments That Defined 1990s Fashion

W Magazine-Apr. 29, 2016
References to the '90s are everywhere, from slip dresses and logomania to .... red carpet wearing that now- iconic pale pink Calvin Klein slip dress and the best ...

1 comment:

Pearl Necklace said...

Here are just some examples for illustration. Man is never who took the car will not be able to get behind the wheel and develop one hundred km speed. Because the brain isn't able quickly to read information and to process it in time to make the right decision in a rapidly changing external environment, even in the normal type of situation. In other words, consciousness does not manage to identify the flow of incoming quanta of information. The higher the vehicle speed, the more the mind loses control of the situation and begins to panic. The driver in this case or slowing down, or gets into a ditch. This condition is experienced by probably every motorist, when learning to drive a car. Over time the driver picks up speed of information processing and comes to the moment when quietly talking in the cabin with a passenger even when the speed of a hundred kilometers or more.
So man learned to drive a car. But this was possible only because consciousness potentially had the opportunity to learn to process in a short time a large amount of information. I only had to set this up and teach his "computing machine" to process information fast.